With interesting stamp:
is underpinned by the 1962 Treaty of Friendship. 2012 marks
50 years of this important partnership, and New Zealand Post
is celebrating with a unique stamp issue.
Each of the stamps features a contemporary view of selu tuiga
or 'head comb' - a traditional Samoan headdress that is worn at important occasions.
Canterbury is New Zealand's largest region by area, with an area of 45,346 km². The region is traditionally bounded in the north by the Conway River and to the west by the Southern Alps. The southern boundary is the Waitaki River.